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This Green Rover Wants to Come Over

This Green Rover Wants to Come Over

By Petrolicious Productions / 20 Aug 2014

Yesterday, we brought you a German SUV in England. Today, we present an English rig in Germany. This left-hand-drive Land Rover Series III Station Wagon's original, smoke-free 2.25-liter diesel engine has gotten it through 72,000 miles.

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This Beauty is the UK's Largest Historic Racing Event

This Beauty is the UK's Largest Historic Racing Event

By Petrolicious Productions / 11 Aug 2014 / 5 Comments Read More

The UK's biggest historic racing event took place during July's last weekend. The Silverstone Classic, winner of the 2013 Motorsport Event of the Year, includes over twenty races and a thousand cars spanning five decades of racing. From pre '53 sports cars such as the Jaguar D-Type and Aston Martin DB2 all the way to the newly-formed '90s GT Legends featuring the Ferrari F40 LM and several Mclaren F1 GTRs.

This TR6 Has Triumphed Over the Effects of Time

This TR6 Has Triumphed Over the Effects of Time

By Petrolicious Productions / 11 Aug 2014

This Nixon-era ragtop's owner calls it a "Survivor." He or she would know, having helped the 102,000-mile Triumph TR6 stay on the road since taking possession in 1983. Keeping this English roadster in a garage has certainly prolonged its life.

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This Lotus is Pure Geometric Joy

This Lotus is Pure Geometric Joy

By Petrolicious Productions / 5 Aug 2014

A wedge. It's usually just one an angle and a couple of planes. This particular wedge, a 1979 Lotus Esprit, is similarly styled, but comprises considerably more parts. However, many of them have been rebuilt, replaced, or refurbished.

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It's High Time That a Jaguar 420 Appears in the States

It's High Time That a Jaguar 420 Appears in the States

By Petrolicious Productions / 31 Jul 2014

According to collector car insurance agency Hagerty, Jaguar 420s were not common purchases in the U.S. Nevertheless, you're looking at one registered right here in the good old U.S. of A. Over the past forty-seven years, this silver cat has only had three owners, the most recent of whom took possession in 1995.

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Wired for Beauty: Sculptures Capture Car's Essential Lines

Wired for Beauty: Sculptures Capture Car's Essential Lines

By Petrolicious Productions / 30 Jul 2014 / 4 Comments Read More

London-based Mr. Chris Twitchell is the man behind Wire Car Design, the enterprise that seeks to capture the art behind some iconic car designs, in scale, through the medium of wire. They handcraft beautiful artistic representations of a car’s form in wire that can be displayed in any indoor environment. Chris was kind enough to take a few minutes out of his schedule to give us some insight into his work.

Lotus For Sale Was Appropriately Named

Lotus For Sale Was Appropriately Named

By Petrolicious Productions / 29 Jul 2014

It takes a significant amount of élan–energy and enthusiasm–to refresh a classic automobile. Apparently, this 1968 Lotus has inspired a great deal of it. This 49,000-mile Plus 2 specimen was recommissioned after being stored for a lengthy stretch of time.

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Enjoy All the Colors of This Austin-Healey

Enjoy All the Colors of This Austin-Healey

By Petrolicious Productions / 25 Jul 2014

This rust-free '62 British drop-top might be Florida Green, but as far as the Austin-Healey Concours Registry is concerned, it's gold. GOLD Level-worthy, that is. It's also been certified by the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust to be a "numbers matching" car.

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Father and Son Make Peerless Racing Duo

Father and Son Make Peerless Racing Duo

By Petrolicious Productions / 22 Jul 2014 / 24 Comments Read More

When Mr. Paul Cressey hits the track at Laguna Seca for the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion (aka The Monterey Historics) in his 1959 Peerless GT, he faces plenty of tough competition. For Paul, however, that competition is especially personal, including as it does his father, Ron, who is known for running his own 1959 Corvette in the same race.

TVR Is About As New As You'll Find An '85

TVR Is About As New As You'll Find An '85

By Petrolicious Productions / 21 Jul 2014

Imagine driving fewer than a thousand miles a year. Of course, you probably wouldn't have much of a social life, but perhaps your car would look as factory-new as this 1985 TVR 280i, whose paint is ninety percent original. In the past twenty-nine years, it's only covered 21,000 miles.

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